Local moms remembered of Mother's Day
Many moms at the Countryside Adult Home not only received cards for Mother's Day, but had visitors and some even went on an outing for the day. Visitors are welcome anytime, so stop by and say "Hello."
Snow flurries fell on Mother's Day in our area. May 9 was a very cold windy day.
Lila Wood of Mud St. was remembered by all of her daughters with flowers, cards and an outing on Saturday and by many of her grandchildren. She expresses thanks to them all for being so thoughtful.
Jackie Holbert of Louisiana took her mom, Laura Cameron of Garnet lake Rd. out for a delicious dinner at Sutton's Restaurant in Queensbury. Jackie is spending a short vacation with her mom and visiting friends and relatives while in the area.
Geri Howe was taken to dinner at the Montcalm Restaurant in Lake George by her friend Cliff Dureau. Cliff is now back to volunteering in many programs in Thurman after his recuperation and Geri has been a volunteer with him at all times.
Charlotte Wood of Rte. 28 joined in a family outing with her grandson and family, Don and Sue Ann Stone, daughter Cindy Rumble Lamb, Sue Ann's mom and sister and family of the Ticonderoga area. They all ended up having dinner at a popular Glens Falls restaurant for Mother's day, honoring the five mothers that were with them.
Barb Metzger of Sky Hi Road enjoyed a gathering with friends and family at the Mother & Daughter Banquet at the Thurman Baptist Church Hall.
Perky Granger of Clarence Russell Rd. was honored at a breakfast outing in Glenmont with her husband Dick, daughters Laurie (and John) Nittinger, and Robin Granger and their families.
Lila Walter of Thurman Station enjoyed many phone calls and cards from friends and family.